Dr. Boozman's Check-up
Jun 06 2012
With a humble and heartfelt spirit, we remember today as a day that marked the turning point in WWII as Allied troops sacrificed their lives in order to destroy the Nazi regime. On June 6, 1944, on the beach of Normandy, France, Allied Forces launched the single largest amphibious assault in history. The goal was clear “You will bring about the destruction of the German war machine, the elimination of Nazi tyranny over the oppressed peoples of Europe, and security for ourselves in a free world,” General Dwight Eisenhower told troops.
On the 68th Anniversary of the day that played a significant role in Allied victory of WWII, we like to say thank you to our service members who fought tirelessly and served our country to rid the world of tyranny. It is with gratitude and appreciation that we remember the courageous acts, selfless dedication and unwavering determination portrayed by our servicemembers. Through the courage and sacrifice of the Allied Forces, along with all Americans, we are able to enjoy the unending rewards of freedom through the acts of valor displayed on this day.
We will forever remember the thousands of members of the Allied Forces who paid the ultimate sacrifice for their bravery, skill and selfless determination to fight for freedom.